The top lot of the sale was Francisco Zúñiga (1912-1998), Grupo de cuatro mujeres de pie from The Tuttleman Collection, which sold for $3,127,500, more than doubling its low estimate. Strong results were achieved for private collections including The Tuttleman Collection, which totaled $5,898,000, with all but one lot sold. Show More Summary
Freeman?s June 4 American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists sale features historically significant works from a number of highly regarded American artists. Freeman?s is the only auction house with a specialty category in Pennsylvania...Show More Summary
Swann Galleries has announced highlights from their annual sale of American Art, featuring original works by masters from the nineteenth- through twenty-first centuries. Watercolors, paintings and sculptures by noted practitioners of...Show More Summary
"The Bird Charmer" by Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo has fetched $4.3 million at Sotheby's Latin American art auction in New York.
Robert Crumb's 1969 Fritz The Cat Cover Art set a world record May 18 for the most valuable piece of American comic art when it crossed the block for $717,000 in Heritage Auctions' Comics & Comic Art Auction in New York. The headlining...Show More Summary
"Technological change, along with its radical re-structuring of the American economy, is decimating the business of culture and throttling artists, particularly those just starting out. Jonathan Taplin’s excellent new volume Move Fast...Show More Summary
Thirteen masterpieces were taken by thieves posing as police officers in Boston nearly three decades ago in the largest art heist in American history.
Today at Sotheby?s New York, all-American favorite Norman Rockwell commanded the top price of American Art week for the second season running. Painted at the height of his career and exemplifying his ability to depict everyday life with...Show More Summary
The Smithsonian American Art Museum's new exhibition goes "Down These Mean Streets"
At its annual meeting this spring, the Art Collectors? Council of The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens voted to acquire a major painting by George Tooker (1920-2011), exemplar of the American ?Magic Realist? group who was best known for capturing the angst of alienated urban dwellers in the mid-20th century. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, visitors at New York’s Whitney Museum of American Art were asked if they’d like to participate in a video art installation. Interested parties were led into a dark room featuring a long dinner table covered with a blue...Show More Summary
He manipulates trees, ripping and twisting them, to make living art forms.
A new exhibition brings together key paintings with more than 90 works of ceramics, furniture, glass, metalwork and textiles from the Wadsworth Atheneum's extensive collection of American decorative arts to tell stories of 300 years of design innovation. Show More Summary
American Ballet Theater’s season reminds us that ballet can turn silliness into enchantment but also turn serious themes into silliness.
MOMA kicks off the season with the highly anticipated “Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends,” a retrospective that shines a light on the American artist’s radical gift for transforming the process of making art from a solitary act into a collective adventure. Show More Summary
This focused exhibition features illustrated Persian manuscripts and detached folios that were collected in the early 20th century by Harvard alumnus Bernard Berenson (1865?1959), the famous American art historian and connoisseur of Italian Renaissance painting. Show More Summary
Paul Kasmin Gallery presents Mark Ryden: The Art of Whipped Cream on view at 515 West 27th Street, May 20 ? July 21, 2017. The exhibition features drawings, sketches and paintings created for the production of American Ballet Theatre?s Whipped Cream. Show More Summary
Stewart_Julius_LeBlanc_An_Idle_Afternoon by Arte Ahora An Idle Afternoon, 1884 by Julius LeBlanc Stewart. Julius L. Stewart [American Painter, 1855-1919]
Bridgeman_Frederick_Arthur_In_a_Village_El_Biar_Algeria by Arte Ahora Frederick Arthur Bridgman (November 10, 1847 – January 13, 1928) was an American artist known for his paintings of “Orientalist” subjects.
Bridgeman_Frederick_Arthur_The_Siesta by Arte Ahora Frederick Arthur Bridgeman (American artist, 1847-1928) The Siesta 1878.